Cool And Clean: Keeping A Split Air Conditioner's Outdoor Condenser Clean And Free Of Pathogens

A split air conditioner system can be a tremendous boon for people living in the hottest parts of Australia, with the outdoor condenser unit ensuring that none of the hot air it vents makes it back inside your home or place of business. However, while placing your condenser outside can significantly improve efficiency, it also means that you will have to protect your condenser from dirt, mould, bacteria and other nasty pathogens. [Read More]

Tips On Caring For 'Iceberg' Ornamental Standard Rose Trees

The 'Iceberg' standard ornamental rose tree is an extremely popular floribunda variety of rose that's widely grown for its beautiful, white blooms, which are produced in abundance throughout the spring and summer months.  You can find Iceberg ornamental rose trees at your local plant wholesalers.  Here's a quick guide on how to care for this delightful ornamental tree. Site, soil type and fertiliser requirements Iceberg roses prefer a site in partial shade but with plenty of sunshine during the flowering season in the summer. [Read More]

Reasons to Install Aluxor Awnings on Your Outdoor Living Space

An outdoor living space in the form of a deck or a patio is a great way to enjoy nature right from the comfort of your home. However, some homeowners do not put much thought into additional shelter for their outdoor living space as long as it has roofing. As such, you will find when the weather is not conducive; some homeowners will not spend any time at their deck or patio. [Read More]

5 Tips for Removing Watermarks From Teak Furniture

With its rich colour and beautiful grain, teak furniture is a gorgeous addition to any home, but it can easily develop stains if you allow water to sit on the surface. Use these tips to protect your teak furniture from unsightly watermarks. 1. Act Quickly Wipe up any spills from your teak furniture as quickly as possible. Blotting the surface with a towel can remove most of the water, but some can still lurk inside and turn into a watermark. [Read More]